Plant Details: Pawpaw
5 - 8
A small tree with large dark green leaves, PawPaws require moist or at least well-drained soil to survive. Producing large edible fruit that are a favorite of wildlife, these fruit are also used in salads and to make Pawpaw Bread. In early spring the Pawpaw is covered with large maroon flowers and is a host plant for the zebra swallowtail butterfly. Asimina triloba is an excellent ornamental to lend a tropical flavor to your landscape and has a lovely yellow fall color.
Plant Growing Conditions
These are super nice! Approximately 6-7' tall and should bloom and bear fruit next year. :)
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